Gentoo Archives: gentoo-ppc-user

From: "Jörg Lühmann" <lofwyr@×××.com>
To: gentooppc-user@g.o
Subject: Re: [gentooppc-user] Weird Keyboard problem on a powerbook after install
Date: Sun, 28 Apr 2002 15:50:57
Message-Id: 002201c1eef6$5fe1e5d0$837ba8c0@winxp
In Reply to: [gentooppc-user] Weird Keyboard problem on a powerbook after install by Nicky Peeters
Hi Nicky,

i had the same problem on my Powerbook G4. Even with an external keyboard. I
bootes my SuSE partition and changed the keymap. I used the full filename of
the keymap not just US or DE. That worked.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Nicky Peeters" <nicky.peeters@×××××××.be>
To: <gentooppc-user@g.o>
Sent: Sunday, April 28, 2002 10:42 PM
Subject: [gentooppc-user] Weird Keyboard problem on a powerbook after

> Hello , > > I just installed gentoopcc on my Pismo Powerbook , and the install went > very smooth. > After I compiled my kernel and made some last configurations I rebooted > and my fresh gentoo booted just fine. > > But when I got my login prompt I noticed that my whole keyboard was > mangled. Not in a qwerty vs. azerty way though. For example 8 is now > return , and space = n etc... > And since I was stupid enough not to emerge openssh before rebooting, > I'm stuck with a perfectly installed distro , but no way of fixing whats > wrong. > I hope its an ADB driver problem because then I can plug-in a USB > keyboard and hope that will work. > > I've searched the web and mailinglists , but cannot find any info about > the problem. > Does anyone have a clue about what went wrong ? > > Thanx in advance, > > Nicky Peeters > Belgium > > _______________________________________________ > gentooppc-user mailing list > gentooppc-user@g.o > >